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Fan tackled after running at Ogwumike sisters

[ad_1] 10:39 PM ETMechelle VoepelespnW.com CloseMechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women's college basketball, and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women's basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996.A fan ran on the Staples Center court after the Los Angeles Sparks-Seattle Storm WNBA playoff game on Sunday before being tackled by security guards.The fan, who, according to reports, had earlier been reprimanded for doing pushups on
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Clutch Suzann Pettersen leads Europe to redeeming Solheim Cup win

[ad_1] GLENEAGLES, Scotland -- Redemption. Validation. Closure.The 2019 Solheim Cup was all of these things and more for Suzann Pettersen, who holed the decisive putt for Europe, securing the narrowest of wins (14 1/2-13 1/2) amid scenes of delirium on the 18th green.Pettersen was a left-field captain's pick when Catriona Matthew plucked her from 18 months of inactivity, putting the wild in wild card.And upon her clinching putt, she was
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Anderson stirred by UGA pink out — ‘Overwhelmed’

[ad_1] ATHENS, Ga. -- As Blake Anderson thought about all that pink between the hedges, he struggled to hold back the tears.The emotions are still very raw for the Arkansas State coach, whose wife Wendy died last month after a two-year fight against breast cancer.But even as time eases the pain, he'll never forget all those Georgia fans who honored his spouse -- and raised awareness for breast cancer research
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WNBA playoffs 2019 — Who will win in the second round?

[ad_1] 8:40 AM ETMechelle VoepelespnW.com CloseMechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women's college basketball, and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women's basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996.The first round of the WNBA playoffs went to form, with both higher-seeded home teams, No. 5 Chicago Sky and No. 6 Seattle Storm, advancing. But now they're the ones who have to go on the road.The third-seeded
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NCAA women’s soccer — From backyard to Bruins, the Rodriguez sisters share strong bond at UCLA

[ad_1] 8:32 AM ETGraham HaysespnW.com CloseGraham Hays covers college sports for espnW, including softball and soccer. Hays began with ESPN in 1999.When she needed a place to live for her final quarter at UCLA, Anika Rodriguez turned for help to the person she had most often driven to the verge of tears. The person from whom she elicited more exasperated sighs and recriminating looks than anyone else over the years.That
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WWE Clash of Champions – Four Horsewomen a focus on night when all titles are on the line

[ad_1] WWE is approaching a major crossroads in its existence. Between Sunday's Clash of Champions pay-per-view and October's Hell in a Cell, SmackDown will move to the larger broadcast airwaves of Fox on Friday nights, and NXT will shift over from the WWE network to the USA Network for a weekly two-hour live broadcast on Wednesdays.There's chaos and energy in the air, and that has been the result of a
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Angel Yin, Ally McDonald keep USA’s dreams intact at Solheim Cup

[ad_1] GLENEAGLES, Scotland -- Most golfers will freely admit they don't sleep well the night before they play a Solheim Cup.Angel Yin is not most golfers.She slept in, took her time getting up and then casually claimed a record-equalling 7-and-5 victory in the afternoon four-balls, she and rookie Ally McDonald earning America's only full point of the session.It was a vital contribution for the visitors, who ended the day trailing
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WNBA and Las Vegas Aces star Liz Cambage is finding her center — Body Issue 2019

[ad_1] Chris Paul, Liz Cambage, Brooks Koepka and NFL stars such as Myles Garrett and the Eagles offensive line are featured in ESPN's 2019 Body Issue. To see interviews, pictures, videos and more, visit our full 2019 gallery.THE IDEA WAS a good one. Spend WNBA All-Star weekend in Las Vegas with one of the biggest personalities in town, Aces center Liz Cambage. Write an access piece to accompany the fierce
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UGA ‘pink out’ to honor late wife of Ark. St. coach

[ad_1] Georgia's school colors might be red and black, but many fans cheering for the No. 3 Bulldogs in Saturday's game against Arkansas State at Sanford Stadium are planning to wear pink.A "pink out" is scheduled for Saturday's game (12 p.m. ET, ESPN2) to bring awareness to breast cancer research and to honor Arkansas State coach Blake Anderson's late wife, Wendy, who died Aug. 19 after a two-year battle with
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How will young Team USA fare vs. Europe at 2019 Solheim Cup?

[ad_1] GLENEAGLES, Scotland -- Barring a tie, a three-peat looms in this week's 16th Solheim Cup.If Juli Inkster's Team USA defies the fact that they have an unprecedented six rookies on the squad, she will become the first captain to land a hat trick of wins.And if Catriona Matthew leads the Europeans to victory it will be the third time that the home side has triumphed at the home of